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Too Much Magazine is a magazine about romantic geography. Its purpose is to document our collective experience of cities and look at the ways people and landscapes make and remake one another.
This long-awaited issue of Too Much: Magazine of Romantic Geography explores the shape of shelter, and how it is a crystallisation of our anxieties, a reflection of our desires, and a model of the dream worlds we hope to inhabit. This issue was originally imagined to be about physical shelter, but as we looked far beyond our windows in Tokyo, our idea of shelter became less cohesive and less human.
Issue 8 features: Anne Hardy, Shigeru Ban, Christo, Toyo Ito, Bruno Latour, Gordon Matta-Clark, Moon Kyungwon, Hi Red Center, Eugene Thacker, Shinichi Hoshi, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Mélanie Veuillet, Eben Kirksey, Taro Igarashi, Satoshi Murakami, Geodome 4 Development Team, Mathieu Briand, Charles Fréger, Yoshio Yoshida, Elizabeth Lara, Hisachika Takahashi, Mercedes Villaba, Takashi Homma, Trianos Pakioufakis, Naohiro Utagawa.Publisher: Editions OK Fred (Tokyo)Measures: 25.5 x 18 cmPages: 256Binding: Softcover
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